It is clear that the top down approach by the federal government to dictate student discipline policies is not working.Read More
Libby Sobic and Will Flanders
Evers is proposing that private schools must complete all the steps of accreditation prior to participating in the choice programs. This change creates a catch 22 for new schools – the school could not accept students on a voucher until they completed the entire accreditation process but they cannot complete accreditation without students in the building.Read More
Evers appears to favor a return to a system where the vast majority of Wisconsin’s kids have no option about where to attend school other than their government-assigned district school.Read More
Forty percent of the schools identified as low performing under the federal system are also identified as schools that are successful under the state report card system.Read More
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As we celebrate National School Choice Week, a new study estimates how further growth of Wisconsin’s parental choice programs could result in $3.2 billion in new economic benefits to Wisconsin over the next two decades. Check out the study here: https://t.co/vpkfU2oIeU https://t.co/OQMfuIWrBf
It's National School Choice Week. The School Choice movement started right here in Wisconsin! I'm proud to be part of that movement.
Please take a moment and read this amazing story about Kenya and how School Choice changed her life.
Heading to Wisconsin with @BetsyDeVosED tomorrow for an event celebrating National School Choice Week! Every child across America deserves a great education and when parents have the right to choose the education their child needs, students are more likely to succeed!